Lisa Marie Dunn-Flores
SENGinar - Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Curiosity, Creativity, and Concerns
Parenting during these unprecedented times brings unprecedented challenges. In this session, Dr. Joanne Foster offers practical strategies relating to the following:
1) how to respond to children’s curiosity and help them understand and deal with what’s happening around them; and
2) how to spark creativity at home so children will be excited, and build upon their strengths, interests, resourcefulness, and adaptability.
Dr. Foster will also address parents’ concerns about fortifying children’s learning experiences and supporting their well-being during this exceptionally difficult time.
Tuesday, April 2nd
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
The goal of the United Independent School District Gifted/Talented (GT) Program is to enable GT students to progress beyond the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) of the regular school curriculum by providing in-depth learning experiences that explore complex subjects and issues.
As a result of participation in the GT Program, students are expected to:
Kinder – Pre-screening begins in September with services being rendered in March to identified students
Elementary – K-5th grade GT students may receive services at their home campus through classroom instruction and GT project-based opportunities with trained GT teachers.